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Alcester Road (Harehills)
11th June 1947. Showing houses on Alcester Road recently affected by the flooding of Gipton Beck. In the foreground is a walled yard. Behind are brick built terraced houses. To the right is a telephone pole painted with blackout markings. A garden shed is also prominent.
[internal reference; 8468:CLIC Alcester 2]
Church Street (Hunslet) (7 comments)
13th January 1943. View of the premises of John Nicholson & Sons Ltd., (acid manufacturers), on Church Street, near the junction with Balm Road (on the left). The building, which was previously a school, has black and white checks and stripes for visibility during air-raid blackouts.
[internal reference; 7134:CLIP Church 1]
Glasshouse Street (Hunslet)
5th November 1943. Close-up of a drain cover. Behind is a doorstep with a blackout markings on it.
[internal reference; 5681:CLIC Glasshouse Street 1]
Green Hill Lane (Wortley)
5th July 1948. View looking north at semi-detached houses on Green Hill Lane. The two trees in front still have blackout markings on them, and have been numbered on the photo.
[internal reference; 5702:CLIC Green 9]
Green Hill Lane (Wortley) (2 comments)
5th July 1948. View looking north-north-east along the north side of Green Hill Lane. Semi-detached houses are on the left. Some of the trees still have blackout markings on them, and two have been numbered on the photo.
[internal reference; 5704:CLIC Green 8]